Using Calendar Settings
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This tutorial will show you how to adjust your calendar settings.
Step 1: Users must enter an Edmail User Account ID and the your password to access EdMail.
Note: You will need to put in your full EdMail address. Example: Username@edmail.edcc.edu
Warning: To keep your personal account information safe, ensure the "Stay signed in" check box remains unchecked whenever you use a public computer.
Step 2: Once you have signed in to your EdMail account, on the top right corner of your screen, click on the Apps button. Click on Calendar.
Step 3: Click on the gear in the upper right corner and choose Settings
Note: The gear is how you access settings in all of the Google applications (e-mail, documents, calendar, etc.)
Step 4: This will open the Calendar Settings window to the General tab. Here you can set the basic settings for your calendar view.
Step 5: The first 3 settings are Language, Country, and Time Zone. Check to be sure they are set correctly. You can also choose Display all time zones or Show an additional time zone to select a second time zone from a drop down list.
Step 6: Date format and Time format drop down allow you to select how you want to see the Date and Time displayed.
Default meeting length lets you set a standard meeting length that the system will use when you first create your meeting.
Read more about the Speedy meetingsoption.
Step 7: Next, choose a day for the Week start on option (default is Sunday). You will see this reflected in the next group that allows you to set your Working Hours.
Step 8: Event dimming allows you to view or not view weekend. Choose if you want to dim the color of some events; Show weekends is a yes or no choice.
Step 9: Default view this lets you select the default view for your calendar. Custom View can be set in the next drop box. It offers you choices from 2 days to 4 weeks.
Step 10: Type your Location, then choose your preferred setting for Show weather, Show events declined, and Automatically add invitations to my calendar.
Step 11: The Alternate calendar drop down offers several alternate calendar formats.
Step 12: You can Enable keyboard shortcuts. Click Learn More for additional details on this option.
Step 13: When your settings are the way that you want them you can choose Save or if you do not want to keep your changes you can choose Cancel. If you clickBack to calendar, It will ask you if you want to save your changes.
Note: Be sure to check your changes on your calendar to be sure that everything is the way you want it to appear.